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I read it from more than one person so who understand

СообщениеДобавлено: Сб фев 27, 2021 6:43 am
sunxuemei
I recall seeing someone on Twitter suggesting Nintendo must do a background check on their players so they can't utilize hairstyles and skin colors that aren't their race. Just how are they supposed to do this??? Imagine being 10 and your favourite game about creating a city with cute little animals asks what race you are so it can prevent you from having white hair.

I recall watching someone on Twitter suggesting Nintendo should do a background check on their players so they can't utilize hairstyles and skin colors that are not their race.This is officially the stupidest thing I have ever read, and I'm officially down a few brain cells.

This is exactly the identical game that goes complete"gender is a construct" and allows you select any outfits/body parts and fully deemphasises pronouns when speaking to your character, is it not?

It could be, however I read it from more than one person so who understand how serious they were. But even thinking about banning you from a game for using the wrong hair is ridiculous even as a joke.Can you imagine the fallout if a single hairstyle was marked as"For white people"? Seriously, there is no winning there. There's enough branch and hate in the real world, we do not desire it in a game like creature crossing.

I remember seeing a few of this and people are simply plain absurd. With that type of ideology, just Japanese people should have the ability to play Animal Crossing in the first place since it was made by a Japanese man according to his youth in Japan. I hope they are not using or wearing any items which don't belong for their cultural heritage either most cases of what Twitter people call cultural appropriation is more along the lines of simply enjoying another civilization. Eating foods, wearing clothing, usually that's perfectly fine, it is generally someone not of the civilization that makes the biggest deal from it.
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